This Week in Amateur Radio International (TWIARi)
Edition #163 for the week begining March 09, 2008,
has been released. The program will be available
shortly at our web site at www.twiar.org for direct
download, or via podcast/RSS subscription.
Program highlights include all the latest amateur radio
news headlines, and this weeks special features:
"The Random Access File" with Bill Baran, N2FNH,
takes a look at just what part of the spectrum UFO's
may be listening to.
Our resident amateur radio historian Bill Continelli, W2XOY,
takes us back to the seventies on a brand new edition of
"The Ancient Amateur Archives".
TWiTs Leo Laporte will have all the latest technology news
effecting you , your shack computers, and the internet,
plus a lot more!
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The program is available in both a high bandwidth (128/44) mp3
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now also in a high and low bandwidth WMA/Windows Media File
at our web site www.twiar.org.
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